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March 4, 1966 - Ready, steady, going...Bowie, not far removed from being David Jones, Bowie takes the British TV in a natty suit that would allow him to return to university, or an accounting job, after he finished singing

David Bowie performing on the TV show Ready, Steady, Go in his early Mod days in London,

5th June 1964, 'Liza Jane' became the first recording to be released as a single by David Bowie (but under the name Davie Jones with the King Bees). Despite promoting the single on the television shows Juke Box Jury, Ready Steady Go! and The Beat Room, and receiving good radio coverage, the single sold poorly and the band was subsequently dropped from the label Vocalion Pop. More on Bowie: http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/pages/david_bowie

5th June 1964, 'Liza Jane' became the first recording to be released as a single by David Bowie (but under the name Davie Jones with the King Bees). Despite promoting the single on the television shows Juke Box Jury, Ready Steady Go! and The Beat Room, and receiving good radio coverage, the single sold poorly and the band was subsequently dropped from the label Vocalion Pop. More on Bowie: http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/pages/david_bowie

David Bowie

Bowie: Buen viaje, David.

Before They Were Famous: David BOWIE - David Bowie and the Buzz performing on TV show at Wembley Studios (Photo by CA/Redferns)

David Bowie on Ready Steady Go 1966

David Bowie performs on the British television show, Ready, Steady, Go in 1966

Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s five-decade career as television, film, and theater director has spanned everything from Ready, Steady, Go! to Waiting for Godot. There was also a period, in the mid-1960s, when he made something called promos for a band called the Beatles.

Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg on the Definitive New Beatles Video Set

Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s five-decade career as television, film, and theater director has spanned everything from Ready, Steady, Go! to Waiting for Godot. There was also a period, in the mid-1960s, when he made something called promos for a band called the Beatles.

David Bowie performs on the British television show, Ready, Steady, Go in 1966

David Bowie's life and career – in pictures

David Bowie performs on the British television show, Ready, Steady, Go in 1966

A Marc In Time...November 12th 1965 Marc makes his television debut on Rediffusion's Ready Steady Go! Performing The Wizard also on the show were Tom Jones Nashville Teens Wilson Pickett The Small Faces and Sylvie Vartan

A Marc In Time.November 1965 Marc makes his television debut on Rediffusion's Ready Steady Go! Performing The Wizard also on the show were Tom Jones Nashville Teens Wilson Pickett The Small Faces and Sylvie Vartan

The Rolling Stones - RSG; 1963

The Rolling Stones - RSG; 1963

David Bowie rehearsing "Can't Help Thinking About Me" for a performance with The Buzz on "Ready, Steady, Go!", 3 March, 1966

David Bowie rehearsing "Can't Help Thinking About Me" for a performance with The Buzz on "Ready, Steady, Go!

The Rolling Stones perform on the British TV show “Ready Steady Go!,” at Kingsway Studios. Photograph by David Redfern/Redferns/Getty.

: A Collection of Photos of Artists on "Ready Steady Go" Part 3

David Bowie performs on the British television show, Ready, Steady, Go in 1966

David Bowie's life and career – in pictures

Shop David Bowie’s new album ★ (Blackstar) in his official store.

Arthur Chatto, youngest son of Lady.Sarah Chatto and grandson of Princess Margaret.

Arthur Chatto, youngest son of Lady.Sarah Chatto and grandson of Princess Margaret, page to his great-aunt, Queen Elizabeth II

March 1966, Wembley Studios in London with The Buzz, rehearsal for "Ready Steady Go !" TV show

David Bowie performs on the British television show, Ready, Steady, Go in 1966

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